I have a fascination with π. There is something wonderful, wondrous and unfathomable about Pi. The mystery of an unending serious of numbers with no predictable order. It’s like the mystery of the Universe. It’s like a tickle of your soul. π is commonly defined as the ratio of a circle‘s circumference C to its diameter d. So simple, yet so complex. Memorisation of… Continue reading The wonderful world of Pi
Although the windblows terribly here,the moonlight also leaksbetween the roof planksof this ruined house. Izumi Shikibu (Japan, 974-1034) Ref.: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/68606/spiritual-poetry
I had fallen in love with Alice (from David Small’s Stitches) from Stitches: A Memoir… on Vimeo. Reference: David Small en barndom i gråtoner tegneseriesiden.dk
International Push Hands Meeting push-hands.de This was my first time at the yearly International Push Hands Meeting for Taiji Quan practitioners in Hannover, Germany, running from Wednesday the 6th. through Sunday the 10th. of April 2016. Workshops in the mornings and free push hands in the afternoon. There was a wonderful vibe all week – and it only… Continue reading 16th International Push Hands Meeting in Hannover
In this amazing fighting chess game in the third round of Petrosian Memorial GM Grischuk demolishes GM Morozevich. Alexander Grischuk, who is famed for his attacking chess, found a sharp variant of the Slav QGD for the game vs Morezevich. Both parties are walking on thin ice right out of the opening. Morezevich should have… Continue reading The Wolf Grischuk leading the pack in Petrosian Memorial 2014
Seminar with Grand Master Sam Tam in Copenhagen from the 16th. to the 18th. of May 2014 Torben Bremann and Ole Eskildsen visits Sam Tam in his home in Canada in 2006. There is a wonderful and rare oppurtunity to meet a real Tai Chi (taiji) and Ichuan (Dachengquan or Yiquan) master that makes the… Continue reading Sam Tam is coming to Copenhagen
Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa is a Chinese natural herb medicine ( TCM ) against lung disorders including, cough, hoarseness, loss of voice, dry skin, sore throat and colds. Reference: Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa wikipedia.org
How many of us are swept away by what I have come to call an “active laziness”? Naturally there are different species of laziness: Eastern and Western. The Eastern style consists of hanging out all day in the sun, doing nothing, avoiding any kind of work or useful activity, drinking cups of tea and gossiping… Continue reading So Many Responsibilities
Dear friend, Thank you for sending me this heart felt email. You convey your emotions so beautiful and strong. I think and feel like this. I try to welcome and accept al my emotions – maybe you could do this too? I know its hard. I for sure do not want to be taking capture… Continue reading We should not despair
Mindfulness is the aware, balanced acceptance of the present experience. It isn’t more complicated than that. It is opening to or recieving the present moment, pleasant or unpleasant, just as it is, without either clinging to it or rejecting it.
I almost forgot about this wonderful image from my black belt graduation in Daitoryu Aikijujutsu this spring. Sensei Seigo Okamoto from Tokyo, Japan visits us twice a year in Roppokai Copenhagen – Sensei has done that in a period of over 20 years. Ole and I have spent many wonderful hours in and out of… Continue reading Ole n Thomas sings the opera Roppokai
I asked myself this question. What is my answer? I have come to believe that NOW is my aim, but I am still waiting.
Dear friends, I am sorry for the fallout of dyhr.com for more than a month or so.. Its due to rather sudden and unforeseen circumstances. But we are up and running again! When ever I fall I most rise again. Yours sincerely, Thomas
The little girl expects no declaration of tenderness from her doll. She loves it — and that’s all. It is thus that we should love. — DeGourmont